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CBS
Jan 27, 2010 6:00am EST
. he just got off a light rail train in mount washington, walking near smith avenue. and now other riders are demanding action. >> the problem, i think, centers on the fact that uh, you haven't got enough, uh, people in authority standing out here. >> sky eye chopper 13 was over the scene just moments after the attack. two juveniles jumped the man, robbed him and ran across the kelly street bridge. >> in this day and age, you have to really look out and protect yourself and protect other americans around you. >> it's just a shame that someone can be hurt while they're just trying to go either to work or to come home. >> reporter: because the crime didn't actually take place on an mta train or at an mta stop, mta police isn't considering it one of their crimes. other riders say that's no excuse and they need to do more. >> i think sometimes we uh, there are simple things that can be done. and there aren't that many light rail stops that can't be manned by someone. >> reporter: now the man attacked was last reported in good condition at that area hospital and police say they hope sec
CBS
Jan 25, 2010 6:00am EST
.s. marine was stationed in washington, d.c. and came to baltimore for the night to have a good time with friends. police say he was murdered by party crashers. a birthday party took a tragic turn outside 6908 mcclain boulevard in baltimore. 20-year-old darius james ray an active duty marine was partying with friends friday night into saturday morning when police say three men from the neighborhood, 22-year-old vernon hadley, 26-year-old michael wiggins and 27-year-old nikki woodward tried to crash the party. a fight followed and the men returned with a knife stabbing darius ray to death and hospitalizing another man. police say dozens of witnesses at the party helped lead them to suspects. >> this is somebody who dedicated his life to service and the kind of people who go into a party with the intent to kill somebody, we don't need those people around. we have to hold these people accountable. >> reporter: darius ray was stationed at marine headquarters in washington, but grew up in nearby montgomery county where he moved in and out of several foster homes throughout his life. his h
CBS
Jan 28, 2010 6:00am EST
of extra caution around mount washington after a man is beaten and robbed after stepping off of the light rail train. he was struck from behind as he walked along the sidewalk. what shocked him the most was the time of it. >> it was just around 5 p.m. it was a fair amount of activity, to me, pretty braisey we would do this. >> i didn't hear or see anything. >> the man doesn't remember what the attackers look like but they believe they're two young men and urging others to be on guard. >>> for years she told her family and friends she was dying from cancer. now a baltimore county woman admits she made up the whole thing. state prosecutors say it was all about money. >> reporter: it's a scam that these women fell for on facebook, that's where dina leone pictured on the right contacted them. >> i remember her from high school and she told me she was dying of cancer. >> and then came the e-mails and text asking for money. >> i did not give her the $1900 but i felt so guilty that she couldn't get her cancer treatments. >> reporter: it's checked with area hospitals and found new record
CBS
Jan 26, 2010 6:00am EST
as eyewitness news continues. . >> in washington, president obama is calling for a freeze on most domestic spending, details coming up. >>> we are starting to pick up a bunch of accidents area wide, where they are and whether they will affect your commute after the break. right now it is over to marty. >> coming up a great friend of the show. >> steven hunt hadder join us, new book out, you have to turn it on the side to read the title l but what you are going to read inside is going to blow you away. stay tune. the author joins us on coffee with as the morning edition continues right after this. ,,,, >>> this is wjz-tv, wjz hd and wjz.com, baltimore. >>> good morning maryland. now don scott, marty bass, breaking news with wjz's news team, first warning weather and wjz traffic control with sharon gibala. it is wjz maryland's news station. >>> hello again. the bottom of the hour as the sky brightens in the east. you can see there are clouds out there and when you get out there you will feel colder than you did this time yesterday. sharon has accidents now. marty is out e over at first warni
CBS
Jan 4, 2010 6:00am EST
in the city. >>> more about a young man found in a car that plunged into a creek in washington dc. 22-year-old joshua coleman a recent john hopkins graduate. a jogger called police after seeing the car in rock creek. >>> a sol el start to a new year on the eastern shore because of the death of an 11- year-old girl. nearly a thousand friend and family gathered in salisbury to say a final good-bye to sarah foxwell found dead on christmas day after being abducted from her home. murder charges are pending against the man police say is responsible. >> we will cover every single piece of evidence that is needed to successfully put this man behind bars. >> sarah's sister say she saw 30-year-old thomas snatch her from her bed. he is a convicted child molester and is already in jail on kidnapping and burgulary charges. >>> a two alarm fire leaves several people without a home this morning president it happened late last night. baltimore county fire crews arrived on the scene to find the house engulfed in flames. the cause of the fire is still under investigation at this hour. >>> a new year, new ti
CBS
Jan 12, 2010 6:00am EST
. he retired in 2001 and was out of the spotlight until 2005 when summoned to washington for congressional hearing on performing enhancing drugs. >> my message is that steroids is bad. >> but when pressed he refused to answer questions about whether he specifically took drugs. he says he wanted to come clean then but his legal counsel advised otherwise. cardinals management says monday's admission was disappointing but may help restore maguire's image. >> how much of a burden was it to carry this secret even if in the minds of some it was an open secret, to carry this secret until ? >> i think you see it. >> maguire called rodger's widow to break the news to her. maguire says he believes that word should be reinstated. back to you. >> his admission comes because he wants to become the hitting coach for the st. louis cardinals. >>> the man suspected of a young salisbury girl has been indicted in kebs with that case. he's been charged with child abduction and burglary. he has not yet been charged with her murder. foxwell's body was found christmas day on the eastern shore.
CBS
Jan 5, 2010 6:00am EST
making them is the washington redskins who fired the head coach yesterday. he was at the head of the time for past two seasons with a total record of 12-20. the ravens -- a wild card game in new england. the game could be easier for the defense. they don't have to worry about a receiver who suffered a knee injury. that doesn't mean they're counting the patriots out at this point. they're in playoffs for second straight year. see them this sunday here on wjz 13, taking on the patriots in massachusetts. our live coverage kicks off at 1:00 sunday afternoon. >> the single-elimination tournament. >> yeah. >> my mic is off. that's the single-elimination tournament. something interesting i found out yesterday at the press conference. nfl coaches basically wear the rebok product on the sideline. the nfl wants to see the coaches and the coaching staff looking like they've dressed together or coordinated. this is the coach of the patriots. you see a lot of them on sunday. if it's cold or not, he has a sweatshirt on or wearing a hoody. he's not a fashion maiden. he's walking around, got the sweat
CBS
Jan 19, 2010 6:00am EST
of stability in washington. >> martha cokely stands with small businesses with the middle class. >> if brown wins today, they would lose their majority in the senate. >>> how bad will it be? today the governor unveils his budget for 2011. the state is dealing with a short fall and his spending plan may not be popular. a spokesperson for governor denies any new taxes are coming. >>> if you think you can do a better job, here's your shot, the tax policy institute came up with a video game featuring a map and you can watch as your public support slips away. >>> there could be some shakeups on the ravens' team next season. just yesterday derek mason says he's considering retirement again. he's played 13 nfl seasons and the top receiver in ravens' history. >> several will be rooting for the new york jets in the title game this coming sunday. it starts sunday afternoon at 1:00. >> it is that time already. wjz also proud of the fanfest. current and former orioles and coaches on hand to sign autographs and your favorite wjz personnel. fan fest is $10 for adults and $5 for children. you can find
CBS
Jan 20, 2010 6:00am EST
and washington. he pulled off a major upset in the special election for ted kennedy's senate seat. >> this is the special's seat. [cheering and applause] >> reporter: as unexpectedly large numbers of voters casted ballots. the polls showed a race too close to call. democrat martha he harnessed angered over the economy and president obama. >> it will raise taxes, hurt medicare, destroy jobs. >> the party will no longer have the votes in the senate to pass a final version of health care reform or push through white house priorities without republican help. >> i hope they're paying close attention because tonight the independent voice of massachusetts has spoken. >>> president obama made phone calls congratulating brown and thanking coakley. >> there will be plenty of wednesday morning quarterbacking about what happened and what went right and wrong. >> reporter: supporters of coakley and the president are already pointing fingers. political watchers say she took a break at a critical time, and held half as many events and jumped in the ad game late. despite the loss, democrats insis
CBS
Jan 7, 2010 6:00am EST
the western edge of washington county, one to three inches of snow leaning toward the three than the one because of the cold, air in place, and the timing of this storm, in the overnight hours, of course higher elevations from western could see three to six inches of snow. as a result we have a went weather advisory, because of snow moving into the region. had is in effect from 10:00 tonight through 10:00 a.m. tomorrow, again winter storm warning, they have been dealing with lake effect snows for the last few days or so. they're dealing with that as well as the new storm system moving on through. right now temperatures are in the teens toward oakland, 16 is the coldest spot on the map, 28 down in ocean city, everyone in the immediate metro, around there with rock hall at 30, being the warm spot on the map, and west minister, 24 columbia, and 29 down in annapolis. winds are light today, compared we have been in double digits most of the week but now an easing of that because of a storm system that is starting to ease away as that goes away, r we are looking at less pressure, between that
CBS
Jan 8, 2010 6:00am EST
temperatures and air pollution in washington, d.c. tend to travel north to charm city. officials say the city's lack of greenery makes it more prone to hot weather and the pollution that comes wi. >>> and this morning there's a new champion in college football with a hard hitting game in pasadena, the texas long horns battled it out in the bcs national championship and it would be a rough game from the start. colt mccoy was knocked out of the game after just five plays. the long horns would make a good effort in his absence, but alabama's heisman award winning runningback mark ing ram would prove too much for them. alabama finishes this season undefeated. >>>and from crimson to purple, ravens fans are showing off their purple pride as the team prepares to head to massachusetts for its wild card showdown. this entire city has once again caught raven fever. >> we're on it, man. this is purple thursday before purple friday and we're ready. >> ready to win. >> absolutely. >> yes, they're going to win. >> at bank head quarters in downtown bament more hundreds of fans showed up for a ravens pep ral
CBS
Jan 1, 2010 6:00am EST
terrorist attack on christmas day. the latest now from washington. >> reporter: authorities believe american-born umar farouk played a role in the bombing. he communicated with umar farouk abdulmutallab p. umar farouk abdulmutallab says they met face to face. he's been on the government radar for years and councilled three of the hijackers and communicated with accused fort hood gunman. he claims no link to al-qaida. >> there's this association with islam and terrorism, when that is not true, islam is a religion of peace. >> the first report about the christmas day incident. next week we meets with officials to talk more about what went wrong. preliminary findings blame communication breakdowns and officials knew they were preparing for an attack. but the clues were never put together in time. those responsible will be held accountable. for now, the top priority is preventing another security breach. they have sent a team to africa, asia, the middle east and south america. officials have also updated the terrorist watch list moving some names up to the no-fly list. such a move could have s
CBS
Jan 15, 2010 6:00am EST
for washington wizards player, the basketball star expected to plead guilty to gun charges. he brought several unloaded guns into the team locker room. he admits he pull one on a teammate but says he was only joking around at the time. >> the man wanted for a string of robberies is off of the streets. police delivered that news after a man was abducted at gunpoint. the neighbors are concerned about crime. >> i can't leave my house at night, i can't leave my house during the day. this is ridiculous, i'm a prisoner of my own home. i feel a lot more unsafe. >> police looking for one other person involved. >>> after years of delays, another section of baltimore's west side is getting a makeover. >> i'm happy that something is beginning. >> crews got work at lexington and park yesterday. it's part of the plan to redevelop downtown. it includes retail shops and plenty of parking. >>> the governor asking the federal government to assist the nation's small businesses. he's contacted timothy geithner about funds for small businesses. the governor says wall street may have recovered from the rece
CBS
Jan 29, 2010 6:00am EST
gay couples married in other states. washington d.c. appears to be moving closer to legalizing gay marriage there. >>> a class action lawsuit against st. joseph medical center. they're accused of performing dozens of unnecessary heart procedures. >> reporter: st. joseph medical center liable for cardiac surgeries for the recently fired doctor. >> they're misled to have surgeries they did not need, very serious surgeries. >> stents can save someone during a heart attack, but recently 350 of his patients found out their stents may have been unnecessary. some patients still standby him. >> he said i had a 90% blockage and whoever read it said i was less than 50% blocked. you know, i just said, how do you know who is right? >> reporter: they believe the hospital was in on a scheme. >> you can't have 300 procedures or more without someone in the hospital knowing what happened. this was a situation where both the hospital and the doctors benefited financially, it was motivated by pure greed. >> the injunction requires the hospital to stop performing surgeries, a judge has to rule o
CBS
Jan 11, 2010 6:00am EST
harry reid and what various and sundry politicians in washington, d.c. are saying about some remarks he made about the president. ,,
CBS
Jan 13, 2010 6:00am EST
in this country. that's because they were born in haiti. one lives in washington, d.c.. he's been keeping in contact with as many people back home as he can by his facebook and his cell phone. most of the infrastructure was destroyed. even so he was able to reach his mother late last . >> she told me her house collapsed. she's okay, but there's nothing in the house that's salvageable. my uncle is also in the house. he's okay, but -- and i asked him, what are they going to do? where are they going to sleep tonight. she said they didn't. >> he's news director for the voice of america in d.c. we will keep you posted on the sechuation in haiti throughout the morning. we'll update information throughout the day on wjz.com. >>> back here a shooting outside douglas high school leads to a trail of blood leading to the mall. we're life outside the mall. good morning once again, andrea. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. shops here are expected to open in the next two to three hours and no doubt they've been cleaning up as blood was tracked inside from a shooting victim. >> it was a large crime s
CBS
Jan 21, 2010 6:00am EST
'm tar ra in washington. as the hope of finding more survivors in haiti dwindles, rescue crews are determined to beat the odds. the latest coming up. >> and we're watching two accidents on area roadways. one of them blocking all lanes. we'll tell you where that is after the break. >> this really cool coffee with. we're into the award season, the golden gloebs, the gram mys, the oscars, you can now determine what style dress christina hendricks right there will wear on the red carpet. and that dress and others go on sale for charity. it -- this is a really cool idea. and you can all participate if you've got a computer. it's not a problem. you determine what she's going to wear and that's what will go to help women trying to reclaim their lives. it's a beautiful coffee with at 6:45 as the morning edition continues this thursday right after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it's 6:30 and a very pretty cold day start. lots of stars overhead and looks like a nice sunrise in the east there. sharon will have your latest on traffic right after marty's first warning weather. >> here's fir
CBS
Jan 22, 2010 6:00am EST
pornography. that story is just ahead. >> and i'm in washington, rescue crews in haiti struggle to keep the sur viefrs alive. the latest coming up. brap >> i'm christy in wjz traffic control. easy ride on the beltway, but we do continue to build some volume out there on 95 in that southbound direction. i'll have more. marty? >> the amazing life story of john youley. he is the father who took the money from his bio tech company and came to the doctors to try and find a cure for problems affecting his two kids. that's the real man. meet the man behind the story. coffey with at 6:45 as the morning edition continues after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>>it's the bottom of the hour and the bottom line remains. it's not as bad a day start as it could have been. traffic is building and moving quite nicely. marty's over at first warning weather. >> problems overnight have been insignificant at best to this point. don, there's a reason i'm saying that. here's first warning doppler. this is the first return that we've seen since we've all been here since about 4:30 or so. insignificant amounts of m
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